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509.01    — Where do you get that wash? This representation does not
509.01+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.01+song Where Did You Get That Hat?
509.01+VI.C.5.107d (o): === VI.B.10.023i ( ): 'This representation does not accord with my experience'
509.01+Mill: England and Ireland 25: 'This representation does not accord with my experience'
509.02accord with my experience. They were watching the watched
509.03watching. Vechers all.
509.03+Russian vecher: evening
509.04    — Good. Hold that watching brief and keep this witching
509.04+watching brief: in law, instructions to counsel to attend hearing on behalf of one not a party to case, in case latter's interests affected
509.04+German Brief: letter
509.05longuer. Now, retouching friend Tomsky, the enemy, did you
509.05+Toucher Thom [506.28]
509.05+VI.B.17.084b (b): 'Tomsky'
509.05+Tomsk: town, Siberia (named after the Tom river)
509.05+Tomsk regiment in Crimean War
509.05+phrase how goes the enemy?: what is the time?
509.06gather much from what he let drop? We are sitting here for that.
509.07    — I was rooshian mad, no lie. About his shapeless hat.
509.07+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.07+(mad at the Russian General)
509.08    — I suspect you must have been.
509.09    — You are making your thunderous mistake. But I was dung
509.09+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.10sorry for him too.
509.10+(sorry for the Russian General)
509.11    — O Schaum! Not really? Were you sorry you were mad
509.11+German Schaum: foam
509.12with him then?
509.13    — When I tell you I was rooshiamarodnimad with myself
509.13+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.13+Russian rossiya moya rodnaya mat: Russia, my native mother
509.13+Italian amaro: bitter
509.14altogether, so I was, for being sorry for him.
509.15    — So?
509.16    — Absolutely.
509.16+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.17    — Would you blame him at all stages?
509.18    — I believe in many an old stager. But what seemed sooth to
509.18+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.18+old stager: veteran
509.18+proverb What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
509.19a Greek summed nooth to a giantle. Who kills the cat in Cairo
509.19+Aquinas: Summa contra Gentiles
509.19+Diodorus Siculus reported that in Egypt anyone killing a cat was executed (History I.83.8-9)
509.20coaxes cocks in Gaul.
509.20+French coq Gaulois: Gallic cock
509.20+Latin galli: cocks
509.20+Latin Galli: Gauls
509.21    — I put it to you that this was solely in his sunflower state
509.21+Latin sol: sun
509.21+Sunflower State: an epithet Kansas, United States [.24]
509.22and that his haliodraping het was why maids all sighed for him,
509.22+the name 'heliotrope' was originally used for all flowers that turn towards sun, e.g. the sunflower (Motif: heliotrope)
509.22+drooping hat
509.22+Dutch het: it
509.23ventured and vied for him. Hm?
509.24    — After Putawayo, Kansas, Liburnum and New Aimstir-
509.24+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.24+Putamayo, Brazil
509.24+Kansas, United States
509.24+Liburnus: Roman god of lustful enjoyment
509.24+Liburnia: a region of North Illyria (modern Yugoslavia)
509.24+New Amsterdam became New York City, United States
509.25dames, it wouldn't surprise me in the very least.
509.26    — That tare and this mole, your tear and our smile. 'Tis life
509.26+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation tare: tear
509.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Erin! The Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes
509.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Time I've Lost in Wooing: 'The light, that lies In woman's eyes, Has been my heart's undoing'
509.27that lies if woman's eyes have been our old undoing. Lid efter lid.
509.27+Dutch lid: limb, member
509.27+Danish lyd efter lyd: sound after sound
509.27+Danish led efter led: link after link
509.28Reform in mine size his deformation. Tiffpuff up my nostril,
509.28+mind's eyes
509.29would you puff the earthworm outer my ear.
509.29+German Ohrwurm: Dutch oorwurm: earwig
509.29+out of
509.29+Motif: ear/eye [.27] [.30]
509.30    — He could claud boose his eyes to the birth of his garce, he
509.30+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.30+'A man may laugh through the whole of a farce, A man may laugh through the whole of a play, But a man can't laugh through the hole of his arse, 'Cause he just isn't built that way' (Irish, anonymous)
509.30+CHE (Motif: HCE)
509.30+Latin claudere: to close, shut
509.30+close both
509.30+French garce: slut
509.31could lump all his lot through the half of her play, but he jest
509.32couldn't laugh through the whole of her farce becorpse he warn't
509.33billed that way. So he outandouts his volimetangere and has a
509.33+Latin Artificial voli me tangere: wish to touch me
509.33+Latin noli me tangere: touch me not
509.33+John 20:17: 'Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not'
509.34lightning consultation and he downadowns his pantoloogions
509.34+song The Three Ravens: 'Down a down'
509.34+(defecation of the Russian General [344.12-.30])
509.35and made a piece of first perpersonal puetry that staystale re-
509.35+first piece of personal poetry [023.09]
509.35+first person
509.35+(Motif: stuttering)
509.35+Latin puer: child, boy
509.35+French puer: to stink
509.35+James Joyce: other works Ecce Puer (a poem written in 1932)
509.35+(Motif: stuttering)
509.36mains to be. Cleaned.

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